Carmen Carrera Biography

Carmen Carrera, well served in the looks department born on April 13, 1985 is a transgender American reality television personality, model, and burlesque performer. Carmen Carrera came to fame after appearing on the third season of Logo reality show “PuPaul’s Drag Race” as well as its spin-off series RuPaul’s Drag U. Although she identified as male during the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, on May 1, 2001, ABC News reported that Carrera identifies as a transgender woman.

The 28 year old Carrera was born as a boy named Christopher Roman has already been signed to Elite Model Management, after placing fifth on the RuPaul reality show. The decision of transforming into female though has caused much problems in his life, but at the end it’s all worth the pain. Now, She had made a name for herself in the modelling world and she has been featured in high-end magazine W twice, and also she had walked in L.A. fashion week for Macro Macro.

Talking about her personal life, she got married to her boyfriend named Adrian Torres in 2009. But they are no longer together now. She announced in 2013 that they had separated. Carrera and her husband managed to sustain their relationship for four years but unfortunately she couldn’t last their relation for longer. Carmen and her step daughter are very close.

She wants to grow her own family and wouldn’t mind having like ten kids. Carmen and her fans wanted her to model in the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, but despite a petition with approximately 45,000 signature, she was not included in the show. In the episode of ABC News program “Primetime: What would you do?” he portrayed the role of a transgender server working in a New Jersey diner.

This program also marked the first occasion in which Carrera publicly revealed herself to be transgender. Carrera has also been active in AIDS awareness and activism. Carmen is also savvy and mature when it comes to growing her career.

Anyone who follows her on Twitter of Facebook knows that she has a great deal of experience on the web and using it to grow communities. Before Drag Race, Twitter and Facebook, Carmen was active on MySpace and had a YouTube channel where she says, she interacted regularly with commenters. She has enjoyed talking to people over the years, sharing ideas and opinions.